Everything You Need To Know About Dental Implants Treatment

Dental implant is an artificial structure that a dental surgeon inserts into the jawbone. An individual can need implants if they have lost just one or more teeth. Dental implants provide support for artificial teeth, such as bridges, crowns or dentures. Implants have numerous advantages over dentures that are removable artificial teeth. Success rates of dental implants may vary depending on the location in the jaw where implants are placed. Here, we will explore everything about dental implants such as what is dental implant, what are the types of dental implants, what is the cost of dental implants in India, which are the best hospitals for dental implants in India and who are the top dental implant doctors in India.

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Review By Dr. Mohammad Afzal Siddiqui
Award-winning CEO of Marlin Medical Assistance Pvt. Ltd

Mar 4, 2024

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What is dental

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a small, titanium screw (post) that is surgically placed within the jawbone beneath the gum line. This screw them fuses with the jawbone, providing a stable foundation for tooth restoration. The dental implant post is considered a replacement for missing tooth’s root. The post fuses with the bone like a root and also stimulates as well as preserves the bone structure. At top of the dental implant post sits a single crown replacing a tooth. However, dental implants can support many missing teeth with a bridge and also secure dentures.  There are three parts to what is called an implant – the implant part itself that is inserted into the bone, the abutment that links the implant device to the third part, which is the overlying denture or crown.

What are the types of dental implants?

The three common types of dental implants are subperiosteal, endosteal implants and Zygomatic Implant.

Subperiosteal implants: This type of implant is positioned on or above the jawbone. This is a metal post, which is put under the gum and sticks through the gum to keep it in place. A person may have a subperiosteal implant if they cannot wear regular dentures, do not have sufficient natural jawbone to hold the endosteal implant, or they are unwilling to do a bone augmentation to build up the bone.

Endosteal implants: This is often the most common type of dental implant. This implant is shaped like a small screw, blade or cylinder. It goes directly in the jawbone and firmly holds one or more replacement teeth that are also known as prosthetic teeth. A doctor might recommend an endosteal implant if a person already has dentures or bridges.

Zygomatic Implants: Zygomatic implants are not so common. This is the most complicated procedure and must only be performed if a person does not have sufficient jawbone for the Endosteal implants. The implants are placed in the cheekbone rather than the jawbone.

Causes and Symptoms

Causes

  • Missing Teeth
  • Not willing to wear denture
  • Regain beautiful smile
  • Speech Improvement

Symptoms

  • Difficulty to clear speaking
  • Not chewing proper foods
  • Shy to use removable denture
  • Loose face muscles

Diagnosis

Dental implants are recommended for individuals with missing teeth, as they provide a stable and long-term solution to restore oral function and aesthetics. Patients with jaw infections may also require dental implants after the infection is treated and the area is healed, as implants can replace damaged or lost teeth. Additionally, individuals who prefer not to wear removable dentures may opt for dental implants for a more permanent and comfortable alteative. Ideal candidates for dental implants should have good oral health, sufficient jawbone density, and be committed to maintaining proper oral hygiene. The procedure involves surgically placing titanium posts into the jawbone, which act as artificial tooth roots for the attachment of prosthetic teeth. Overall, dental implants offer a reliable solution for various dental conditions, ensuring improved oral health and quality of life for those seeking a permanent tooth replacement option.

Risk & Complications

Infection: An infection at the place of implant is the most common observed complication. Treatment for the infection will depend on the severity as well as location of the infection. A bacterial infection in bone might need removal of the infected bone tissues as well as the implant.

Gum recession: In certain cases, an individual might discover that the gum tissues around the implant start to recede. This may result in inflammation and pain. Go for an assessment from a dentist to prevent the removal of the implant.

Loose implant: In the first few weeks after surgery, the dental implant will begin to grow and fuse with the jawbone. It is called osseointegration and is important for the long-term success of the implant.

Nerve or tissue damage: In some cases, a dental surgeon might place a dental implant very close to the nerve. This could lead to numbness, tingling or pain. Short-term symptoms are very often experienced in dental implant surgery, but an individual might also experience long-term symptoms.

Preparation of Treatment

How to prepare for dental implant surgery?

One day before your appointment, you must avoid drinking or eating anything after midnight the night before the surgery, as it may cause nausea during the procedure. You should take any medications prescribed for the procedure as suggested by the doctor. On the moing of the implant procedure, you must wear comfortable and loose-fitting cloth. You need to also brush the teeth as usual, but do not use toothpaste or mouthwash with a strong flavor. Take a pre-operative medication as suggested by your surgeon or dentist. You are also advised to bring a list of allergies, medical conditions, or medications that might be relevant to the procedure.

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Treatment Option

There are two main types of dental implant treatment - conventional implant (endosteal implant) and immediate load transplant.

Endosteal implant: An endosteal implant is a kind of dental implant that acts like an artificial root and is put in the jawbone to hold a replacement tooth. Endosteal implants, also called conventional implants, are the most common type of implant. This implant is mostly made of titanium.

 

 

Immediate loading transplant involves the placement of a restoration within 48 hours of the implant placement. It can be used if enough primary stability is achieved for a single tooth restoration. Immediate implant placement significantly reduces the amount of time a person has to spend in the dental chair, and is mostly preferred as it allows a quicker treatment period. Moreover, a tooth can be removed followed by the placement of the implant, and then a temporary crown could be placed on the same day. Immediate placement and immediate loading offer the patient several benefits, such as immediate aesthetic results and shorter treatment time.

Cost of the treatment

The cost of dental implants in India depends on the experience of implantologists, the technology used for the surgery, the hygiene of the hospital, and the brands of implant. The cost of dental implants in India ranges from $ 200 to $500 each Implant. Dental implant cost in India is comparatively lower than several other countries such as Turkey, the United States and Saudi Arabia. Cost will be changed for Zerconia crown.

Recovery

Recovery after dental implant surgery

Dental implant recovery after surgery generally depends on several factors, such as the various procedures required to complete the treatment. Depending on the size of the implants and the quality of the bone, healing might take around 7-10 days, but the implants will completely integrate into the bone and will be ready for the restorative phase of therapy in nearly 3-6 weeks. It has been found that after an implant has been placed, ensuring proper oral hygiene helps ensure proper integration of bone structure. Failure to brush and floss may lead to the failure of the treatment. Infection could also occur if the implant and surrounding areas aren’t properly cleaned. Smoking can also attribute to high failure rates, hence it should be avoided after implant procedures.

Recovery after dental implant
Dr. Mohammad Afzal Siddiqui

Written by

Dr. Mohammad Afzal Siddiqui

Award-winning CEO of Marlin Medical Assistance Pvt. Ltd

Dr. Mohammad Afzal Siddiqui is an award-winning CEO of Marlin Medical Assistance Pvt. Ltd., a professionally managed medical tourism holding company and the active Director of Alshifa Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd., a full-service medical tourism aggregation agency servicing JCI and NABH/ NABL accredited Hospitals across the country’s 5 locations.

In addition to Marlin, Alshifa also includes Media Group, which houses Arabic Medical Tourism e-Magazine healthandtour.com. The E-magazine “مجلة الصحة والسياحة” provides a wide scope of medical tourism information to healthcare travellers to find a safe, effective and cost-saving solution for their medical and healthcare needs. In addition to running E-Magazine, Dr. Mohammad Afzal also serves as Delhi-state coordinator in Foundation of Healthcare and Wellness Promotion focused on bringing India’s Healthcare closer to the world and smoothen world’s access to Indian Healthcare.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants

Anyone with is missing multiple teeth, a single tooth, or all teeth are considered good candidates for dental implants. Talk to the prosthodontist for your specific requirements.

Dental implants, unlike natural teeth, aren’t susceptible to dental diseases such as decay. But the health of the gums is crucial for maintaining lasting implant success. Proper home care by the patients and regular cleanings and check-ups are important for dental implant’s sustainability. The success rate for dental implants depends on diagnosis as well as planning, medical history, as well as a number of other factors.

The success rate of dental implants in India differs from individual to individual. For a healthy person with proper oral hygiene, dental implants and good health are successful with reported success rates of over 90-95%.

No they cannot be removed as dental implants are fixed solidly within the bone and allow tooth to be replaced in a way that is almost similar to natural teeth.

An individual’s body very rarely rejects an implant. The jawbone accepts a dental implant. The very few rejections may be due to rare allergies to titanium alloy, the material of the implant. Another reason for the failure of the dental implants can be improper care of it after the surgery. Without good oral hygiene, natural teeth fall out finally. When you take good care of the teeth and implants, it would help prevent structure failure and gum decay later on.
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